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Queensland theatres called on to join ground-breaking training program

Stage Queensland member venues are being encouraged to apply to participate in Tech Connect Queensland, a $750,000 accredited industry training program for performing arts...

Under the Black Flag Art Gallery of Ballarat – 10 September 2022 – 21 January 2023

Under the black flag Art Gallery of Ballarat 10 September 2022 – 21 January 2023 ARRR, me hearties!  Mention the word pirate to most people and what springs...

Curator and photographic artist Angela Bailey to explore queer arts history as 2022 Frank Van Staten Fellow

The Australian Performing Arts Collection is excited to announce Angela Bailey as the recipient of the Frank Van Straten Fellowship for 2022. Bailey is a curator and photographic artist who...

63.5% of Australia’s performing artists reported worsening mental health during COVID

Image: Hailey Kean/Unsplash 92% of performing artists experienced significant changes to their work during early stages of the pandemic – and at least half experienced...

Giving it away for free – why the performing arts risks making the same mistake newspapers did

Sydney Chamber Opera’s Breaking Glass online performance from Carriageworks. Daniel Boud There’s a long-running adage about working for free in the performing arts. “The problem with...